Doubtful. Please stop playing the nerve racking music at the start of every chapter.
Probably, with hesitation.
I do not know what this question means, The material were mostly trivial and extremely narrow in topic, not covering the great pre-Islamic contributions of Persian Empire in science, literature, arts for over four centuries.
The author did show a great deal of passion about his subject, I appreciated that. Unfortunately, he spoke only of the geography and wars of B.C. Persian Empire, very limited details, and nothing of the great engineering, mathematics, literature, medicine, etc. that all were developed between 200 and 700 AC centuries.
Yes. Using a male and a female voice to ask questions is very distracting and breaks the sense of continuity in the philosophical presentation. Worst yet, the unnecessary, shocking rings that keep sounding throughout to separate sections. I found them to break my concentration and overly annoying.
Yes, only if the ding-dong sounds are eliminated .
Profound, life-changing philosophy
I could not make myself finish listening to the entire book because of how disturbing the intermittent ding-dong sounds were.
I purchased this audiobook to help me deal with my terrible life problems. The way the audio was presented made it impossible for me to benefit from this otherwise great book.
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